How Can I Remove Water From My Home After A Serious Faucet Leak?
SERVPRO Teams Can Quickly Act to Dry Your House.
A leaky faucet might not seem like a big deal until it results in severe flooding in your Little Rock home. Without prompt mitigation, water can seep into the floors and your home, damaging carpeting and creating an environment suitable for mold growth.
What Are The First Steps In Water Removal?
When SERVPRO teams arrive at your home, they can immediately begin assessing and recording the extent of the flooding and damage inside your Little Rock home. Once we have accurately assessed the situation, we can start drying. Our technicians accomplish water removal in Little Rock homes by utilizing:
Portable extractors to efficiently pump large amounts of water from your home.
Truck-mounted extractors in severe cases where portable extractors will not suffice.
Carpet wands to remove water from your carpeting. Our extractors can cause damage to carpets, so SERVPRO technicians can use wands to carefully dry your home.
The Water Seeped Into My Carpeting, Can SERVPRO Help?
Once SERVPRO teams have cleared the water from your home, they can begin the carpet drying process. Our technicians can use carpet removal tools to strip waterlogged sections of your carpet. We can then dry and replace these sections on top of replacement pads. But if the carpet in your home:
-Has had less than 72 hrs of water exposure.
-Does not have mold or biological contamination.
-Is on structurally sound subflooring.
Then we can dry your carpeting in-place without needing to remove the carpeting or replace the pad. While in-place drying takes 2-3 times longer than regular drying, it can remove the stress of having to find and replace the pad for your carpet.
If you are in urgent need of water removal, then call SERVPRO of Central Little Rock / Cammack Village. Our teams are available 24/7, so call (501) 217-8723 to make it "Like it never even happened."
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